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FCC's Ajit Pai Wants Net Neutrality Vote Delayed

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Feb 23, 2015, 2:49 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Feb 23, 2015, 2:53 PM

FCC Commissioners Ajit Pai and Mike O'Reilly, both Republicans, today asked the FCC to delay its planned vote on net neutrality rules. The FCC is widely expected to vote on the proposed rules at its open meeting scheduled for Feb. 24. Pai and O'Reilly want the FCC to release the rules immediately and give the American public and policy makers a period of at least 30 days to offer feedback before proceeding with the vote. Pai has objected strongly to Chairman Tom Wheeler's proposal, which will see the agency seek to reclassify broadband under Title II.



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Feb 23, 2015, 4:31 PM

Oh sure...

Sure, let's release the rules on Friday.

More stall tactics. Rule it a utility already so the pouting and foot stomping can commence while the rest of us get on with our lives.
Do you have a problem with being able to see what's in the document before it's voted on? Or should we blindly accept what's in it without knowing?
What possible objection could anyone make to public release of the proposed regulations before the FCC votes on them?

"Stall tactics" to actually have an opportunity to read and vet 332 pages of regulation that have the potential to impact the liv...
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